In Home Senior Care in Burlingame, CA

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Top 5 considerations for individuals as they prepare for the aging process…

1.   Access to medical care and other services; i.e., grocery stores As we age it becomes more important to keep up with healthcare appointments; medical, dental, etc. Older adults are also more prone to medical issues that may entail various follow up appointments. Life will be much […]

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When Walking is No Longer an Option

Elizabeth Landsverk, M.D. Specialist in Geriatrics Board Certified in Geriatrics, Internal and Palliative Medicines Blog Post June 30, 2014 In my last post, I wrote about how important I think it is for patients to keep moving, walking, if possible. Of course, for many patients there comes […]

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Plan Now for Fall Activities to Keep You Feeling Good!

“The more active you are—physically, mentally, and socially—the better you’ll feel.” Almost every article, report or instruction that I have read on healthy aging will testify to that statement.  So it’s good to know that our community has resources available to help keep older adults engaged and […]

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Supplemental Medicare Insurance

My 95 year old mother developed congestive heart failure late last year. Until then, she was relatively healthy. Her condition worsened after two falls; one in January, the second in February. She sustained a fractured hip and underwent hip surgery in late February. Sadly, she passed a […]

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70/40 Rule

When is the right time to talk to your aging parents about their financial health, estate planning, etc.?  A good marker is the 70/40 guideline.  If you’re in your 40’s, most likely your parents are close to 70 if not older. Many people in their 30’s and […]

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Contact Us

Senior Assist of the Peninsula
1720 Marco Polo Way Suite E
Burlingame, CA 94010
Call (650) 343-5833

State of California
Department of Social Services
License # 414700016

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